Coconut dulce de leche with green curry

Dulce de leche originates from Spain and is made by heating a can of condensed milk in boiling water. This results in a kind of caramel. You can do the same thing with condensed coconut milk. In this recipe, we then add a little green curry to it.

Coconut dulce de leche with green curry

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condensed coconut milk

 As needed


green curry powder

Preparation method

  • Cook the unopened tin of condensed coconut milk by standing it in a pan of boiling water for about three hours.
  • Toast the green curry powder in a frying pan.
  • Allow the tin to cool slightly, and then open it with a tin opener.
  • Stir the coconut dulce de leche well.
  • Add a little of it to the green curry.
  • Heat it to allow the flavours of the green curry to infuse into it well.
  • Mix with the rest of the dulce de leche.
  • Intensify the flavour with more green curry powder if desired.

Serving suggestions

  • As part of a dessert with coconut and pineapple.
  • As a glaze/icing on a cake.

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